Coronavirus has tested the resilience of Western democracies and above all of European solidarity. They both proved to be hollow. The critical point was the coronavirus outbreak in Italy which was left helpless by its European partners. Czechia seized a cargo of Chinese medical gear destined for Italy, Spain turned against Italy, and Germany preferred to close its borders. European inaction was also manifested by the comments made by Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic, who accused the Europeans for leaving his country helpless.
Americans believe that treating old people is stupid: the Western world looks at everything from the point of view of profit.
Recurring narrative about US and EU as entities interested in profit, not in protecting people from diseases. See here a similar case claiming that both EU and US put the profit before health. The article from Washington Post to which Ehomd.info refers is made up by answers of doctors from different hospitals in United States to questions put by WP reporter, about the ways of protecting the medical workers by prioritising the treatment methods. There is no mention about any decision to stop resuscitation practices, nor about the age of patients. The article does not mention the costs of treatment.